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I am looking for an LTO tape library. Do you have one to spare?
non port: head/textproc/extract_url/distinfo
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Number of commits found: 1

Thu, 24 Oct 2013
[ 15:39 nemysis ] Original commit 
331496 textproc/Makefile
331496 textproc/extract_url
331496 textproc/extract_url/Makefile
331496 textproc/extract_url/distinfo
331496 textproc/extract_url/files
331496 textproc/extract_url/files/extract_urlview
331496 textproc/extract_url/files/pkg-message.in
331496 textproc/extract_url/pkg-descr
331496 textproc/extract_url/pkg-plist
This is a Perl script that extracts URLs from correctly-encoded MIME
email messages or plain text. This can be used either as a
pre-parser for urlview, or to replace urlview entirely.

This is designed primarily for use with the mutt emailer. The idea
is that if you want to access a URL in an email, you pipe the email
to a URL extractor (like this one) which then lets you select a URL
to view in some third program (such as Firefox). An alternative
design is to access URLs from within mutt's pager by defining macros
and tagging the URLs in the display to indicate which macro to use.
A script you can use to do that is tagurl.pl.

Main features:
    - Configurable
    - Handles URLs that have been broken over several lines in
      format=flowed delsp=yes email messages
    - Handles quoted-printable email messages
    - Sanitizes URLs so that they can't break out of the command shell

WWW: http://www.memoryhole.net/~kyle/extract_url/

PR:		ports/180022
Submitted by:	Horia Racoviceanu <horia@racoviceanu.com>
Approved by:	wg (mentor)

Number of commits found: 1

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